|Vehicles of the air : a popular exposition of modern aeronautics with working drawings - Lougheed, Victor|
Keywords: Aeronautics -- History; Airplanes -- History
|The aeroplane - Grahame-White, Claude, b. 1879|
Keywords: Airplanes -- History; Aeronautics -- History
|The growth of the airplane as a weapon of war / by Leonard E. Eisenberg - Eisenberg, Leonard E.|
Paper describing the use of the airplane in World Wars I and II. This paper was prepared as part of Eisenberg's initiation into Phi Mu, an engineering honor society.
Keywords: Airplanes -- History; Air warfare -- History; World War; 1914-1918 -- Aerial operations; World War; 1939-1945 -- Aerial operations
|X-13 Flight Testing December 1955 - April 1957 - United States. Department of the Air Force|
"Summary: Reel 1, 882': 15-23 APRIL l957. Scenes of X-13 No. 620 tether tests on ground service trailer (19 April l957), takeoff from trailer, transition flight from level to vertical position, aircraft as it approaches ground service trailer and makes a vertical landing. Includes scenes of H-21 in flight and hovering. Reel 2, 1083': 12 DECEMBER 1955-9 FEBRUARY 1956. Scenes of X-13 being towed, first flight No...
Keywords: X-13; Ryan X-13 Vertijet; American experimental aeroplanes, to 1982; Airplanes -- History; Vertically rising aircraft -- United States; Airplanes, Military
|1st Army Airplane Flight, Fort Myer, Virginia - United States. Army|
National Archives description: "July 27, 1909. Orville Wright and Lt. Frank P. Lahm, the first Army passenger, test the "Wright Flyer" during trials at Fort Myer. Notable dignitaries present include President and Mrs. Taft, Major Squier, Major Saltzman. Wright and Lahm set the world's endurance record of one hour 12 minutes and 40 seconds. Shot list included. MS of small group standing at door of hangar...
Keywords: Wright Flyer; Airplanes, Military; United States. Army; Taft, William H. (William Howard), 1857-1930; United States. Army; Lahm, Frank Purdy, 1877-1963; Taft, Helen Herron, 1861-1943; Airplanes -- History